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Golden Emperor Chrysanthemum Tea
Ma Ao Town, Xiushui County, Jiujiang City, Jiangxi Province
November 25, 2023
First batch of flowers (above 6cm in diameter)
Flower in whole shape with glaring golden color
Chrysanthemum and sweet scent
Light bright yellow
Sweet, smooth with rich chrysanthemum flavor
Dailing Tea Garden
Store in airtight, opaque packaging; keep refrigerated
It's very pleasing to watch the golden chrysanthemum blooms in the cup, and the petals are rippling in the water.
Golden Emperor Chrysanthemum Tea not only has rich fragrance but also has good ornamental value. It riches in flavonoid content, a variety of amino acids, vitamins and trace elements. It has the three characteristics of "fragrance, sweetness and moisturizing", as well as the functions of clearing heat and reducing fire, nourishing liver and improving eyesight. TeaVivre’s Golden Emperor Chrysanthemum Tea belongs to the first batch of picking grades, which is to select the pompom-shaped flowers with a diameter of 6cm or more. The color is gorgeous, the taste is sweet, and the floral fragrance is pure. When brewing, the dried flowers will gradually expand and grow, and bloom again in the water, giving us both visual and taste satisfaction.
Dongjin tea garden is located in the middle of Xiushui County. The soil here has good air permeability, contains abundant minerals and has the characteristics of a large diurnal temperature variation and short sunshine, which provides very good conditions for the growth of tea trees.
Xiushui County, located in the northwest of Jiangxi Province, has been a famous tea production place since ancient times. Xiushui Ning black tea, known as the origin of Chinese black tea, is produced here. The geographical environment of Xiushui County is excellent, surrounded by mountains, which provides the most advantageous natural conditions for the growth of tea. In addition, its soil is red sandy soil, so it is most suitable for the growth of tea, and thus the tea from here is also unique.
China is the center of the world’s chrysanthemum industry, for its long history of cultivation and study. There are many varieties of the flower growing there today, among them “皇菊”, known simply as huangjuhua: “huang”=emperor, and “juhua”=chrysanthemum. This particular type is second to none when making tea, for its golden color and wonderful taste.
Used for drinking
Huangju has a rich variety of amino acids, vitamins, and minerals, and is very rich in flavonol, so it has the potency to clear away overheating, improve acuity sight, and a few other health benefits.
Used as Ornamental plants
Chrysanthemum has been cultivated since ancient times as a decorative plant, widely used as potted flowers. The flowers can be kept in brilliant full bloom in clear water for as long as seven days without withering; this is the reason they are popularly used for aesthetic appreciation in upscale hotels, bars, and luxuriously furnished houses.
Used as natural food material
It is also a kind of natural food material; in China there are many traditional snacks made and named with Huangju, with a few familiar ones being Huangju wine and coffee, and pastry and cookies and other similar things.
However, chrysanthemums can cause side effects in some people, so be sure to consult your doctor if you unsure about consuming chrysanthemum tea.